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Van Hauser- Rodriguez

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Amity Blythe Van Hauser and Bryan Joseph Rodriguez, both of Redwood City, were married Aug. 10 at Zephyr Cove at Lake Tahoe. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Lucie King.

The bride, a 1995 Bear River High School graduate, is the daughter of Cyd Rochford of Grass Valley and Greg Van Hauser of Portola Valley. She graduated in 1999 from Santa Clara University with a degree in business and organizational management. She is a human resources assistant at Applied Communications in San Francisco.

The groom, a 1995 BRHS graduate, is the son of Manny and Connie Rodriguez of Auburn. He attended Santa Clara University. He works for Allied Systems Design in San Jose.

The bride wore an ivory-colored satin, strapless gown with a French bodice and Renaissance bustle. She carried an antique ivory rose bouquet and her grandmother’s monogrammed handkerchief.

The matron of honor was Holly Ross of Rocklin.

The bridesmaids were Skye Bridwell of San Diego and Emily Uridel of San Francisco.

The flower girl was Haley Ross, age 7, of Rocklin.

The best men were Adam and Aaron Kyler of Auburn.

The groomsman was Michael McCrory of Seattle.

Approximately 144 guests attended the ceremony and buffet reception.

Music was provided by acoustic guitarist Mark Wilson and deejay John Adler.

The four-tiered wedding cake was decorated with roses and pearls.

Special guests included friends and relatives from London, New York, Wisconsin, Texas, Florida and Washington.

The photographer was Jim Banks.

The couple honeymooned in the Caribbean.

They live in Redwood City.

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